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THE GHOST OF BIS LEDUC. !…

i I SWANSEA HOYAL REGAFTA.…

NANSEN AT THE ALBERT HALL,,…

--CLOSE OF THE HAMBURG 81…

I SHIP AND 32 LIVES LOST.

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i iThe Transvaal.I

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i i i IPAST EVENTS IN OUR…

FACTS AND FANCIES. I..

I THE STRIKE AT ABERCYMON.…

LORD PENRHYN AND HIS QUARRYMEN.

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I THE ALLEGATIONS AGAINST…

IREVOLT IN BRAZIL.

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SOUTH WALES TIDE TABLE I

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IMOVEMENTS OF teCAL VFSSELS.…

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IA MISSING CREW FOUND. I

I Men of the Day. i

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I Men of the Day. i I Mr Cecil Rhodes. Nob only England, bub the whole of Europe, has been anxiously awaiting the history of the Transvaal drama from the mouth of the South African Colossus. The issues ab stake in the inquiry into the genesis of the raid are of the highest importance to Great Britain and to South Atrica. The Committee which has been appointed to inquire into the Jameson raid will probably ask Mr Rhodes to give his evidence at the first sitting of the Committee next week. There is no doubt that important issues depend on this inquiry, and thefuture ofithe ex-CapePremiet will also be largely affected by what trans- pires in the Grand Committee room of the House of Commons during the next week or two. Born in England, Mr Rhodes celebrates his birthday on the 9th of this month. After recei,- ing a liberal education in this country he went out to South Africa. There he became a director of various diamond mines and amassed so large a fortune thab he obtained the designation of the D:amond King." Shortly after he entered the Cape Parliament, taking office within a few years ot his initial i appearance. In 1890 he became Premier, and he held that office with distinguished suocess until the disastrous failure of the now notorious raid.

FATAL RESULT OF A SWANSEA…

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